Tailoring Resin Properties of In-situ Suspension Polymerized Toner

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Tailoring resin property of polymerized toner by varying monomer ratio, temperature, initiator, pigments and cross-linking agent is being experimentally studied in this paper. The resin properties of polymerized toner and commercial melt-mixing toner were evaluated with the glass transition temperature, molecular weight distribution, softening point and melt index. Research results indicate that added pigment has a heavy influence on the resin's property.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2002

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